BACKGROUND: Optimal integration and long-term stability of oral rehabilitations require correct diagnostic approach,
appropriate pre-prosthetic treatments and accurate therapeutic protocols. Technology provides devices to optimise therapeutic results,
according to biologic constraints and aesthetic parameters. CASE REPORT: The present report describes a multidisciplinary
management in a young patient affected by lateral incisor agenesis, including pre-prosthetic orthodontic treatment and restorative and
implant-supported prosthetic rehabilitation. Minimally invasive clinical procedures with veneer restorations and flapless implant
placement, followed by immediate prosthesis delivery, are carried out. Tridimensional diagnostic data and dedicated software were used
for treatment planning, allowing to achieve optimal results.
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Harvard: M. Frascaria, M. Casinelli, S. Mauro, M. M. D'Amario, R. Gatto, G. Marzo (2016) "Aesthetic rehabilitation in a young patient using a minimally invasive approach. A multidisciplinary case report", European Journal of Paediatric Dentistry, 17(3), pp234-238. doi: https://www.ejpd.eu/wp-content/uploads/pdf/EJPD_2016_3_11.pdf
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